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    Open Source Elasticsearch & Kibana

    Elastic recently announced that they would be changing the license of Elasticsearch and Kibana to a non-open source license. With Open Distro for Elasticsearch, AWS made a long-term commitment. AWS stands behind the commitment to ensure Elasticsearch and Kibana remain open source. Today, we are announcing that Open Distro will launch and maintain new forks of Elasticsearch and Kibana based on the latest Apache 2.0 licensed codebases.
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    2021 Open Distro for Elasticsearch Community Meetings

    We’ve been having regular bi-weekly community meetings over Zoom at 10:00 AM Pacific on Mondays for quite some time. While there has certainly been good response and attendance, we recognize that this time isn’t ideal for our community members in India, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, and everyone else located closer to the west side of the International Date Line.
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    Announcing alpha availability of Trace Analytics for distributed tracing

    Today we are excited to announce an alpha release of Trace Analytics, a new capability in Open Distro for Elasticsearch, that enables developers to find and fix performance problems in distributed applications. By adding trace data to the existing log analytics capabilities of Open Distro for Elasticsearch, developers can use a single solution to both isolate the source of performance problems and diagnose their root cause. By building on OpenTelemetry, a Cloud Native Computing Foundation...